Doria Sullivan, MEd, has been a general and exceptional children’s educator, literacy consultant, adjunct professor and dyslexia delegate. She co-authored Reading Research to Classroom Practice, a professional development course on the science of reading. Formally trained in numerous research-based reading methodologies, including the Orton-Gillingham Approach, her work focuses on improving efforts in literacy instruction and programming. She has delivered workshops and training on a range of topics, including the science of reading and dyslexia. She is currently spearheading a large-scale implementation of Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling (LETRS) in the third largest school district in North Carolina.